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Exploring Physical Anthropology: A Lab Manual and Workbook, 3e

Suzanne E. Walker-Pacheco
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Chapter 1 Physical Anthropology: Science and Evolution16
Ch 1 Objectives and Background Info6
Check Your Understanding 1.12
Lab Exercise 1.1: The Scientific Method2
Lab Exercise 1.2: Documenting Biological Variation2
Lab Exercise 1.3: Simulating Natural Selection4
Chapter 2 Cells and DNA26
Ch 2 Objectives and Background Info, p. 17-226
Check Your Understanding 2.14
Ch 2 Background Info, p 27-326
Check Your Understanding 2.22
Lab Exercise 2.1: Extracting DNA from a Banana2
Lab Exercise 2.2: Simulation of DNA Replication and Protein Synthesis2
Lab Exercise 2.3: DNA Structure and Function4
Chapter 3 Chromosomes and Cell Division22
Ch 3 Objectives and Background Info10
Check Your Understanding 3.12
Lab Exercise 3.1: Chromosomes and Cell Division6
Lab Exercise 3.2: Karyotypes4
Chapter 4 Inheritance34
Ch 4: Objectives and Background Info, p 65-7410
Check Your Understanding 4.12
Ch 4 Background Info, p 77-804
Check Your Understanding 4.22
Lab Exercise 4.1: Identifying Genotypes and Phenotypes, Transmission of Autosomal Traits6
Lab Exercise 4.2: Testing the PTC Tasting Hypothesis2
Lab Exercise 4.3: Blood Typing4
Lab Exercise 4.4: Pedigree Construction for Red-Green Color-Blindness Trait4
Chapter 5 Forces of Evolution28
Ch 5 Objectives and Background Info, p 99-1046
Check Your Understanding 5.12
Ch 5 Background Info, p 107-1082
Check Your Understanding 5.22
Lab Exercise 5.1: Sickle Cell and Balanced Polymorphism4
Lab Exercise 5.2: Documenting Evolution: Population Genetics8
Lab Exercise 5.3: Population Genetics Problems4
Chapter 6 The Bones Within Us48
Ch 6 Objectives and Background Info, p 127-13812
Check Your Understanding 6.12
Ch 6 Background Info, p 141-15414
Check Your Understanding 6.22
Lab Exercise 6.1: Anatomical Terminology and the Skull6
Lab Exercise 6.2: Vertebral Column and Thorax2
Lab Exercise 6.3: Muscle Actions, Shoulder Girdle, Upper Limb, and Hand4
Lab Exercise 6.4: The Lower Limb4
Lab Exercise 6.5: Surface Anatomy2
Chapter 7 Forensic Anthropology44
Ch 7 Objectives and Background Info, p 175-1828
Check Your Understanding 7.12
Ch 7 Background Info, p 185-19410
Check Your Understanding 7.22
Lab Exercise 7.1: Osteometry4
Lab Exercise 7.2: Sex Determination4
Lab Exercise 7.3: Estimating Age6
Lab Exercise 7.4: Ancestry Determination and Stature Estimation4
Lab Exercise 7.5: Anthroposcopy4
Chapter 8 Modern Human Biological Variation20
Ch 8 Objectives and Background Info6
Check Your Understanding 8.12
Lab Exercise 8.1: Discrete Trait: Introduction to Fingerprinting4
Lab Exercise 8.2: Continuous Traits: Cranial and Postcranial Measurements4
Lab Exercise 8.3: The Challenge of Documenting Intergroup Variation in Humans4
Chapter 9 Biological Classification and the Order Primates26
Ch 9 Objectives and Background Info, p 239-2468
Check Your Understanding 9.12
Ch 9 Background Info, p 249-2502
Check Your Understanding 9.22
Lab Exercise 9.1: Biological Classification, Primate Features4
Lab Exercise 9.2: Primate Classification6
Lab Exercise 9.3: Systematic Biology2
Chapter 10 The Living Primates24
Ch 10 Objectives and Background Info6
Check Your Understanding 10.12
Lab Exercise 10.1: Distinguishing Primate Groups by Features and Behavior; Primate Diet and Distribution4
Lab Exercise 10.2: Observing Captive Primates10
Lab Exercise 10.3: Alternative to Lab Exercise 10.22
Chapter 11 The Anatomy-Behavior Link: Dietary and Locomotor Adaptations 22
Ch 11 Objectives and Background Info10
Check Your Understanding 11.12
Lab Exercise 11.1: Dietary Adaptations4
Lab Exercise 11.2: Positional Adaptations6
Chapter 12 Investigating the Past: Fossil Primates32
Ch 12 Objectives and Background Info12
Check Your Understanding 12.14
Lab Exercise 12.1: Investigating Past Life4
Lab Exercise 12.2: Dating Techniques4
Lab Exercise 12.3: Primates through the Miocene8
Chapter 13 Who’s in Our Family?40
Ch 13 Objectives and Background Info, p 343-3508
Check Your Understanding 13.12
Ch 13 Background Info, p 353-3608
Check Your Understanding 13.22
Lab Exercise 13.1: Bipedalism2
Lab Exercise 13.2: Comparative Base: Apes and Humans4
Lab Exercise 13.3: Features of the Australopiths10
Lab Exercise 13.4: Measuring Cranial Capacity2
Lab Exercise 13.5: Tooth and Jaw Function2
Chapter 14 The Genus Homo28
Ch 14 Objectives and Background Info, p 383-3864
Check Your Understanding 14.12
Ch 14 Background Info, p 389-3946
Check Your Understanding 14.24
Lab Exercise 14.1: Stone Tools and Early Homo6
Lab Exercise 14.2: Later Homo4
Lab Exercise 14.3: Body Proportions in Neanderthals and Anatomically Modern Humans2
Appendix A: Cutouts of Beetles, Lab Exercise 1.32
Appendix B: Cutouts of DNA and RNA Bases, Amino Acids, Ribosome and tRNA Molecules, Lab Exercise 2.26
Appendix C: Cutouts of Chromosomes, Lab Exercise 3.22
Appendix D: Latin and Greek Roots for Selected Anatomical Terms2
Appendix E: Fossil Primates: Paleocene through Miocene2
Appendix F: Fossil Members of the Human Line (Hominids/Hominins)2
Appendix G: Comparison of Homo rudolfensis and Homo habilis Features2